- Nigerian actor Adedimeji Lateef has stated that doing things to put food on his table does not mean he has gone astray
- The actor said this to a follower who questioned him about his use of earrings
- Adedimeji went on to urge people not to attach whatever he does as an actor to his religion
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Nollywood actor Adedimeji Lateef has replied to a follower called Adedapo Zainab who asked the entertainer to change his mode of dressing.
Recently, the actor shared a number of photos on his Instagram page and one could spot the entertainer putting on earring. A few days ago, the actor shared a video and one could see that he had an earring in his ears.
Reacting to the video, the follower pleaded with the film star to do something about the earring he is putting on.
"Alfa Abdul Lateef please try and do something about the earring u are putting on please," she said.
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Replying to the comment of Zainab, Adedimeji reinstated his profession as an actor. He asked her to stop attaching things to his career.
According to him, doing things to put food on his table does not mean that he is going astray.
"They have come again. Stop attaching things to my career. I am an actor, so doing things to put food on my table does not mean I am going astray," Adedimeji said.
This is not the first time the actor will be scrutinised for his mode of dressing. Adedimeji, who identifies as a Muslim, is often spotted sharing the word of God on his Instagram page.
It was earlier reported that some followers called him out for playing a female character, noting that it has spiritual implications.
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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that actor Adedimeji Lateef and actress Adebimpe Oyebade got their fans talking after they shared lovely wedding photos.
While fans understand that many celebrities are also brand influencers for various organisations, the photos shared by the actor did not show that he was advertising for any company, making it more difficult for their followers to understand what was going on.
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